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C@R April Newsletter
Children at Risk

May, 2013

CHILDREN AT RISK  

 

This year is certainly shaping up to be
eventful! Together, we have already been able to advocate for more than 54 bills to help children in the 83rd Legislative Session; unveil an online resource database to help bridge gaps that exist in ending human trafficking; publish The Texas Safe House Movement, a book analyzing the core components necessary to opening and running a safe house with the goal of seeing more safe houses open for survivors of human trafficking; and, fully launched JARC Week, the release of the most recent issue of our online, peer reviewed Journal of Applied Research on Children, offering new data and solutions on the new morbidities facing this generation of children.

It is amazing to think of how much we have already accomplished together, but there is still more to do. We are grateful for your continued support and hope that you will consider joining our family of donors today in order to ensure the continuation of this work for years to come.

Very truly yours,

Jaime Hanks Meyers
Managing Director, North Texas
Support with a donation today! 
 
 
CHILDREN AT RISK serves as a catalyst for change to improve the quality of life for children through strategic research, public policy analysis, education, collaboration and advocacy. To learn more about our organization, please click here.
 April Newsletter
1) Special thanks to all those who came to our “Wine-d Down” Happy Hour event at Times Ten Cellars and the Texas U Can Paint Fundraiser in Southlake! If you were not able to make it, we hope that you can join us for a complimentary wine and cheese reception at Gallerie Noir on May 8th.

2) ADVOCACY UPDATE
With just 4 weeks left in the 83rd Legislative Session, we're working hard to make sure our priority bills are passed. We've had great success, but may still need your help to continue pushing during this critical time! Keep an eye out for our Advocacy Alerts with updates on how and when to take action and continue forwarding the information to friends and family to raise awareness.

3) The League of Women Voters is getting involved in the conversation around ending human trafficking! Over the past couple of months, C@R has been invited to speak at two of their chapters, Irving and Plano/Colin County. See what they had to say about the experience and learn how you can have a C@R representative speak at your next gathering!

4) ATTENTION Tom Thumb SHOPPERS!
C@R is now a member of the Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Giving Program. If you sign-up for and register your Remarkable card with our organization number, 12983, you can effortlessly give back 1% of your purchases. Once you’ve completed the worksheet please turn it in to the store’s courtesy booth and they’ll activate it. This is a perfect way to support a good cause and make your money do double-time!

5) Are you a state employee?
C@R has recently been accepted by the SECC Local Committee DFW Metroplex (State Employee Charitable Campaign). We hope that you will consider making us your choice as you participate in this program, using number: 280044.

6) We would like to welcome Timmy Newsome and Stratton Horres from North Texas to our Board of Directors. 

7) We are thrilled to unveil our new website in May! A big thank you to Board Member, Regay Hildreth, and RMH Marketing & Media for all of their hard work.



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